I don't believe in watching TV as a pastime. Though occasionally I spoil myself in the lull of TV lala land, I prefer experiences, memories, saying yes to new things, and doing, instead of staying in.
I hate the question of "What do you do?" It leads to boring conversation, and frankly, there is more to a person than what they do for work. It's a lazy question.
If you really want to know, here is the summary: I've worked at The Motley Fool, 1776, LivingSocial, and currently work at PBS as an Assistant Director of Digital Analytics. I got bored just writing this.
I'm fascinated by creators, creatives, and ambitious people. Put all that together and I find it "super cool" as I tend to say.
I force myself to strive to be a more curious person and I am always trying to find ways to think more creatively.
I have a heavy right foot. Many have called my antics on the road maniacal. I treat that as a compliment.
I constantly think about the meaning of success and the meaning of happiness.
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